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<<Yes (violins up and under) I was told on Monday, after a week on the job,
that "it isn't working out" although no other details were forthcoming. The
nearest I got to reasons was something about "directness issues" whatever
that means, and "issues of style" although, I hadn't written much yet and no
one had remarked on my writing style. Oh yes, and "this is a very unique
place, and they can usually tell in the first week if someone is going to
work out or not." How nice.>>
A bit belatedly, my opinion is that somebody, or several somebodies, just
took a purely subjective, personal dislike to you and nobody will just tell
you that's the reason.
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